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Down-home humor and an endearing cast of characters helped to make The Andy Griffith Show one of the most beloved comedies in the history of television. Introduced as a spinoff from The Danny Thomas Show in 1960, The Andy Griffith Show ran for eight seasons in prime time. Widower Andy Taylor divides his time between raising his young son, Opie, and his job as sheriff (and Justice of the Peace) of the sleepy North Carolina town, Mayberry. Andy and Opie live with Andy's Aunt Bee, who serves as a surrogate mother to both father and son. Andy's nervous cousin, Barney Fife, is his deputy sheriff whose utter incompetence is tolerated because Mayberry is virtually crime-free.
When Andy and Barney discover Opie is asking for extra nickels to use for milk money at school, Barney takes it upon himself to find out why. After discovering that Opie is falling victim to a neighborhood bully and is too ashamed to tell Andy about it, Andy finds a way to inspire Opie to stand up to the bully.
When the State Attorney's office sends one of their lawyers to Mayberry to get some "practical law experience," Barney fears that he'll soon be out of a job, especially after the recent ribbing Andy has been giving him. Thinking that he'll have to train his replacement before being let go, Barney vows to be as indifferent to his new colleague as possible.
While out on a fishing trip with Barney, Opie, and Floyd, Andy stops a woman speeding down the road. Furiously accusing Andy of running a speed trap, she demands to plead her case in court. During her time at the courthouse, waiting for her hearing however, she decides to bribe her way out of paying her fine by showering the witnesses – Floyd, Opie, and Barney with lots of presents.
After Andy has to evict an elderly man for not paying his back property taxes, he starts looking for a way to help him raise the money he needs to move back home. When they come across an old municipal bond, Andy takes it to the town council to see what they can do about it. Fearing that Frank will cash it and bankrupt the town, the council decides to fix up his house in exchange of him cashing the bond. It is only after the work is done when the town council discovers they overlooked a glaring detail – the bond was bought with Confederate money.
After Barney and Thelma Lou break up over how friendly he was to a new, pretty resident in town, Barney finds himself in the middle a scheme set by the woman and her father to get married. When Barney refuses to follow through with marriage, the pair are quick to sue for breach of contract. Suspecting that something is odd with the woman and her father, Andy promptly has an easy way to settle things: Barney and the woman will get married that day – only the woman and her "father" come clean about their scheme: the pair are already married and were only trying to con Barney.
After Opie befriends a wanderer, Andy starts to worry that the man is a bad influence on him. While Barney wants to throw the man out of town, no questions asked, Andy tries to get the wanderer to convince Opie that his way of life isn't the best way to gauge happiness before being on his way.
After Mayberry is awarded the title of the town with the lowest crime rate in the nation, two men posing as FBI Agents and their partner, posing a press secretary, arrive in town; with the intention to write a story about the achievement. On the night that an award ceremony is supposed to take place, the trio plans on robbing all the stores on Main Street, only to be stopped by a suspicious Andy.
After Barney is offered the job of sheriff in a neighboring town, Andy suggests he try his hand at the job in Mayberry for a day. However, after being sworn in, Barney soon realizes that the job isn't as easy as he first thought.
Andy and Barney are thrilled to see their friend, farmer "Big" Jim Pruitt come to Mayberry for a visit. When Jim informs them of his intention to find a wife to bring back to his farm, Barney is thrilled to help him out. That is, until Jim sets his sights on Barney's girl, Thelma Lou. As a result, Barney turns to Thelma Lou and Andy for help in breaking the news to Jim, so he could go find a nice, sweet country girl to settle down with.
After Opie joins a secret club, they get caught holding their meetings in the barn of a nearby farmer. When that farmer's barn later burns down, Andy suspects Opie may have played a part in the destruction.
After a rich, young man gets pulled over and arrested for side-swiping a farmer's truck, he gets a lesson in what's important in life while waiting for his father to send a lawyer to deal with his actions.
A manicurist from Nashville arrives in Mayberry, looking for a friendly place she can stay and work while contemplating a marriage proposal from the owner of the salon where she worked at. After overhearing Andy make a snide remark about setting up shop in Floyd's barber shop, she angrily decides to leave. Realizing the mistake he made, Andy tries to make amends by being her first customer and gets the other men in town to pay her a visit – much to the dismay of their wives.
After several townspeople including Barney and Floyd insist their neighbor Henry Bennett is a jinx, he comes to believe it as well. Wanting to prove everybody wrong, Andy decides to invite Henry to join him and Barney in a local fishing contest. When things don't go as planned and Henry decides to leave, the residents of Mayberry try their best to convince him to stay in town.
The Sheriff's Office is having a boys' day race and hoping to win a medal, Opie signs up to participate in the 50-yard dash. However, when he finishes last in his race, Opie has to learn the harsh reality of how to be a gracious loser.
Mayberry is celebrating its Founder's Day and the city leaders are unaware that their special guest of honor is a pickpocket.
After running into traveling salesman Bert Miller outside the grocery store in town, Andy and Barney come up with a plan to help him with work, especially after hearing him lament about his aches and pains of travelling so much. Prominent merchant Ben Weaver however, is furious at the lengths they're going to help him out and ultimately tries to get Andy to run Bert out of town.
With both cells occupied by notorious moonshiners at the courthouse, Andy reluctantly decides to bring Otis home to sleep off his hangover, ultimately leaving Aunt Bee in charge. While Otis thinks that serving his time will be easy, Aunt Bee however, takes it upon herself to reform the town drunk.
While on a business trip in Raleigh with Andy, Barney mistakes the detective at their hotel for a jewel thief – while thinking the actual thief is the detective.
Floyd unknowingly brings on a bookie barber when business gets too hectic. As a result, Andy and Barney think of a way to catch the new barber and his associates in the act that involves Barney going deep undercover.
When Andy arrests a big city newspaper publisher on a traffic violation, the publisher attempts to get out of appearing in court by having one of his reporters, who happens to be an attractive young woman, dig up dirt on Andy so the sheriff will end up on the hot seat instead.
One Saturday morning Otis gets a letter from his older brother Ralph, letting him know that he and his wife will be passing through Mayberry. When Ralph makes a comment that Otis could "fix" any ticket he might get while in town, Otis admits to Andy and Barney that while he sleeps off his sentence, he occasionally writes his brother on the jailhouse stationary, and as a result, Ralph thinks Otis is a deputy. Realizing the pinch Otis is in, Andy decides to help Otis out by deputizing him while his brother and sister-in-law are in town.
Ron Howard(Opie Taylor)
Elinor Donahue(Ellie Walker)
Parley Baer(Mayor Stoner)
Jim Nabors(Gomer Pyle)
Andy Griffith(Andy Taylor)
Olan Soule(John Masters)
Bernard Fox(Malcolm Merriweather)
Howard Morris(Ernest T. Bass)
Don Knotts(Deputy Barney Fife)
Denver Pyle(Briscoe Darling)
George Lindsey(Goober Pyle)
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